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Hobby Lobby set to open


Hobby Lobby will be relocating its Kingston Pike store to the former Goody’s space in Turkey Creek.

The opening date is set for March 22.

The Turkey Creek space is just under 50,000 square feet, Kevin Redd, manager at Hobby Lobby, 9333 Kingston Pike, said.

Moving to Turkey Creek was a corporate decision, he said, one made once the lease on the Kingston Pike space was up.

“Turkey Creek is a regional shopping center with great co-tenancy,” Kristen Carder, Hobby Lobby spokesperson, said.

“It is our hope that the new location will be more convenient for our loyal customers, but also provide opportunity for more shoppers to visit Hobby Lobby,” she added.


Redd said customers should not expect any changes. Carder agreed.

“There will be no changes in product line. All of our stores sell the exact same merchandise,” Carder said.

“We try to set up all Hobby Lobby stores in the same way, but sometimes — due to store shape and size — we have to vary the layout of some of the stores. 

“But there should be no big changes to this Hobby Lobby store,” she added.

All Hobby Lobby stores are corporately owned by David Green; none are franchises. According to Carder, the chain does not plan on franchising any stores.

 

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